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Thanks from all of us


Posted by Anonymous
Thanks for all you do especially being on the front lines of COVID during these hard times! I know it can’t be easy! Stay safe and know how thankful we are for you!
Posted by Karen Lynne Onufrechuk
Sincere that you to Liz and Stacey for transport to SHC yesterday, shoveling snow, kind help and much more. Also, to 2 more female paramedics for getting me home today about 0200 shoveling snow, driving in dreadful side road conditions, getting me into the house with kindness and help through it all. They all went above and beyond.
Posted by Krista Bird
I want to thank the paramedics from Parkland County that responded to my parents' house on December 17th. I appreciate how you treated my dad even though there was nothing that you could do, as he suffered a catastrophic aneurysm. However, most of all, I appreciate how you treated my mom. Your kindness means a lot to me.
Posted by Deborah Huskinson
Every inch of me thanks you all! Thank you for working so hard to keep us all safe, and for choosing a profession that doesn't see a lot of appreciation. You deserve so much more than what you've been dealt, and I have nothing to give, except my sincerest thanks!
Posted by Dr. Cara Bablitz
Thank you to Amanda and the Community Paramedic team for responding quickly to a patient in the community. The patient has a palliative diagnosis and did not want to go into the hospital. With their support we were able to keep her home. They went above and beyond helping her to set up her Christmas tree between doses of medications! Awesome work!!
Posted by Anonymous
Thank you to Paramedics Eric and Daryl out of Calgary! Thanks for being so kind and understanding and taking the time to understand my health issues. Your professionalism and calm demeanor helped an already stressful situation. You guys are awesome 👏
Posted by Anonymous
Thank you for being there Calgarians. You were under great stress and yet still you are still professional as usual. Thank you for.your service. You and your family and all of you paramedics are deeply apprexiated.
Posted by merrin monteith
Thank you so much for all of the hard work you have done especially during these times and the time and sacrifices you have had to make to keep us safe. Have a safe and happy holiday!
Posted by Anonymous
Thank you for putting your life in danger so that my life can be safe
Posted by Kennedy Lewis
Thank you for all of your hard work during these difficult times, and for your resiliency!
Posted by Donna Duck
I would like to thank Stony 2A13 EMS paramedics Crystal P., Dave O. and Zane S. On November 9th I slipped and fell on the ice breaking my right ankle. Their knowledge, compassion, care, professional and comedic side made my ride from home to the Royal Alex actually enjoyable. They are truly special people deserving of recognition. Thank you ❤️
Posted by Anonymous
Just wanted to say a huge thank you to the crew that took our mom to the hospital from her LTC facility last Friday. She is still alive today because of you!
Posted by Anonymous
I was attended by 3 professional EMT personnel at 4 am on Monday Nov 9 while in extreme crisis. I live alone and was scared for my health. I was immediately calmed by their presence and felt I was in good hands. They transported to hospital and they never left my side. Although they could have helped me out of the ambulance, big step down.
Posted by Alex Hughes
Today we had an ambulance visit our home after 111 recommended that they have them check my medical condition after being tested positive for Covid. Andy and Dennis from Wath were so amazingly caring and professional and such wonderful people. We can’t thank them enough for their treatment and ability to cheers my wife and I up
Posted by Debra Ahern
Christina and Heather, Thank You..for your help, professionalism and humour. You made a scary situation for me much easier. Take Care Ladies and thanks again
Posted by Allison Fay
I want to thank the paramedics who came to take me to Jupiter medical at 2am on november 16 early monday morning. I have never been so scared in my life and they instantly calmed me. One of the paramedics talked with me the whole ride there. I hope he sees this and knows how much that meant to me. Amazing emotional comfort on his part.
Posted by Elizabeth Dozois
I slipped on ice at a dog park on Sunday. An offduty EMT named Michelle approached me and asked if I needed any assistance. She cleaned the wound, dressed it, and told me what to watch for. She was incredibly kind and competent, and I am grateful for her support yesterday. Thank you!
Posted by Kelly Eskerod
A year ago today our family escaped a house fire, and while that situation was so difficult we are grateful to all of the people that helped us. EMS workers were a big part of that as our son has asthma. Your skill, compassion and service made a big difference in our lives. Though words are never enough, thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
Posted by Pamela Wagner
My deepest thanks to Annie, Michelle, the young male practicum student, and Andrew for your kindness and professionalism when I fell down stairs and injured my ankle. My Vasovagal syncope had me scared but you did so well to keep me comfortable and provide reassurance. Just over a month later, my badly sprained ankle is on the mend. THANK YOU!
Posted by marshall jinks
i would love to thank the ems people that assisted me about 3 weeks ago on a thurs . I,m the guy who was stuck in the tub were kind ,careing considerate an helpful. im up an running again pain gone.darlene was the driver an rebecca I believe also thankyou again grrrreatttt job awesome careing persons.
Posted by Christine Nudd
I was taken by ambulance to the GNH on Friday, October 16 about 330 PM. The paramedics were Ben, Ryan and Connor. They were very kind and attentive. They calmed me down and explained things to me well.
Posted by Christine Nudd
I was taken by ambulance to the UAH on Wednesday, September 30 about 1140 AM. The paramedics were Brad, Andrea, Salina and Chris. They were all very kind and attentive and calmed me down.
Posted by Sharon Tegart
Please extended my sincere thankyou to the Ambulance attendants, from Strathmore, who came to my rescue On October 26th. It was my first ambulance "ride" and they couldn't have been more kind, reassuring, compassionate and professional. They made the whole experience "nonscary" and was very much appreciated. thanks so much again.
Posted by Anonymous
thanks to the two emts who came to my house in mckenzie lake when i was in diabetic shock
Posted by Sandra Robertshaw
I had my first EMS ride. I was scared, never having been in an ambulance before. I can not send enough thanks to EMT Chris whose calm demeanour and care helped settle my fears. Thank you so much, Chris and I still remember your favourite colour is purple ) Rhea assumed my care when Chris went off shift and was also very kind. Thank you so much.
Posted by Lexi T
Thank you to John and Jasmine from Beaverlodge station for your caring and professional manner transporting my baby to Grande Prairie in a blizzard. AHS is lucky to have outstanding employees like yourselves.
Posted by Anonymous
Many thanks to the two female paramedics that diagnosed my husband's condition and transferred him to the Rocky View Hospital. I really appreciated how soon they responded and how nice, calm, and professional they were. And thanks to the person who calmly answered the call when I dialed 911 in a very agitated state.
Posted by Sheils Pogmore
I would to personally thank Ryan and Dale(I hope that I'd correct. You were very professional and helped me calm down and work through my pain. But most importantly Ryan you made me feel like a human, instead a typical textbook case. You asked me how I was managingcoping with everything. As well you asked about my daughter. Thanks again.
Posted by Sheila POgmore
I would like to thank John(the cat wrangler) and Julie(theWalker perfectionist) fifty taking me home after being st the RGH for 18.5 hours. It really seemed like a 5 minute trip. By the way, yes...the pigeons are in fatter now.
Posted by Anonymous
I was in one hospital for 3 days, then transferred by ambulance to another. I was extremely depressed and suffering major anxiety. A paramedic who rode with me in the back was so deeply caring and listened to me. I felt so unworthy of receiving all this care but she said I deserved to get help. Her few kind words likely saved my life. Thank you.